Parc y Scarlets will stage its first ever European Rugby Champions Cup quarter final on Friday 30th March and its highest ever attended event since opening in November 2008.
Stadium management are advising all supporters to allow plenty of time for the journey and to arrive at the stadium early ahead of the 17:30 kick-off against French side La Rochelle, whilst also adhering to heightened safety measures that will be in place.
Dave Healey, Stadium Manager, said: “We are extremely proud of the team securing a first European quarter-final in over a decade and look forward to seeing a capacity crowd at Parc y Scarlets.
“The safety of our supporters, and neighbours, is paramount and therefore we ask that you make use of the facilities provided on matchday.
“We’d advise all supporters to be in their seats and on the terrace by 17:00 to ensure you don’t miss kick-off.”
With a sell out crowd of nearly 15,500 Scarlets management would encourage all supporters to make their way to Parc y Scarlets as early as possible.
Allow yourselves enough time to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the pre-match entertainment making the most of the Bank Holiday.
The Supporters Village will be open from 14:30 as well as additional food and beverage facilities outside the Supporters Village.
Turnstiles to all four stands will be open from 15:00 allowing supporters to get to their seats and find their spot on the enclosure early!
Park & Ride Service
We want to make your journey as stress-free as possible. Three park and ride services will be in operation from Schaeffler (UK) Ltd, Technium Dafen and Festival Fields Sandy Road.
To see their exact locations please click here. Timetables will be published on scarlets.wales and Scarlets social media channels.
Scarlets’ matchday shuttle bus service will be operational from Llanelli Train Station, Library and Domino’s Pizza allowing you to leave the car at home and enjoy an easy journey to Parc y Scarlets.
Timetables will be published on scarlets.wales and Scarlets social media channels.
There are ample taxi companies operating in Llanelli. Due to the volume of people attending Scarlets v La Rochelle we would suggest booking a taxi in advance of your travel.
Please always remember to be considerate of our neighbours around the stadium. If you are visiting Parc y Scarlets, please utilise one of the many parking or transport options we provide and do no park in residential areas around the stadium. We would also like to remind all customers not to park on grass verges around the stadium as this causes damage to the surrounding environment and also blocks routes utilised by the emergency services. Vehicles parked illegally may be clamped. Thank you for your understanding.